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William Hoad - Sussex

William Hoad - Sussex

Posted: 25 May 2005 6:37PM GMT
Classification: Query
William Hoad: Born: 1801, Salehurst, Sussex
Parents: William Hoad and Lilly Clark married 2 December 1801 Salehurst
Married: 16 April 1825 Salehurst, to Mary Boots
Mary Boots: Born: 1805, Salehurst

Had one known daughter, Lucy who was christened on 19 April 1829 at Easebourne, Sussex.
Lucy married William Willcox in 4th qtr 1858

Re: William Hoad - Sussex

Posted: 21 Apr 2009 5:41AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi David
I have only just seen your message.
I am trying to trace the family of Hoad's from Salehurst and have William and Lily and their son William who married Mary Boots.
Do you know if there is any connections with the family of Hoad's from Alciston Sussex from where I come through. I have some conflicting information.
Many thanks Marilyn

Re: William Hoad - Sussex

Posted: 21 Apr 2009 8:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Marilyn,

Sorry it's a while since I posted that message and I should have removed it as there are a few William Hoads knocking around and I originally had the wrong one. They all seem to come from Kent or Sussex so there's a good chance they will have common ancestors

My Hoads are all from Easebourne, near Midhurst in West Sussex. (not Eastbourne in East Sussex)

I now have James Hoad who married Lucy.
Their son William, born around 1805 at Easebourne who married Mary Abraham , born around 1803 at Rogate, W Sx.
They married on 17 May 1828 at Easebourne.
Children:
Lucy (1829) - my g-g-g grandmother
Philip (1831)
Fanny (1833)
Frank (1835)
William (1838)
Ester (1840)
Mary Faith (1845)

Re: William Hoad - Sussex

Posted: 21 Apr 2009 11:33PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi David
Thank you for replying so quickley, yes there are a few and they all gave their children the same names - William John James George and Henry. My late cousin wnet over to Sussex in the 1980's and came back with a tree which had William and Lily and another son who married Elizabeth Balcombe my line but that seems incorrect hence my interest in your message.
Many thanks Marilyn
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